University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley
Integrated Behavioral Health for All Ages
- Experience working in Child Welfare
- Experience working with male offenders in a domestic violence and anger management intervention program
- Experience as an LCSW-A working with children, families, and adults providing outpatient therapy
Za’ques (Zay) McCullough provides high-quality care for Behavioral Health patients of all ages including adults, children, and adolescents. He obtained his Bachelor’s in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2019 and his Master’s in Social Work from the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley in 2021. In practice, Zay takes a strengths-based approach while utilizing a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and other evidenced based modalities to not only individualize assessments and treatment but to provide a judgment-free space for clients to be themselves as he joins them on their journey to mental well-being. Zay meets clients where they are and believes that clients are an expert themselves. Being a former foster youth and current foster and adoptive parent, Zay has firsthand experience of conflict, trauma, and anxiety. Zay aims to connect and empathize with clients to provide the highest standard of care.